Ivanka Trump, President Trump’s eldest daughter and a White House senior adviser, will be traveling to Pennsylvania to campaign for her father. According to Fox News, she will be participating in a “fireside chat” in Honey Brook, Pennsylvania.
“Pennsylvania represents the heart of America and I am thrilled to once again be able to visit the keystone state,” Trump said, as obtained by Fox News. “The people of Pennsylvania know that the president has fought hard for them over the last three years—delivering on promises made, including USMCA, tax cuts, protecting essential manufacturing jobs.”
“And he will continue to fight for them with all of his heart and all of his might for the next four years,” she added.
It will be a political event and not a fundraising one, as confirmed by a Trump campaign official. Fox News reported that last month, as said by the campaign official, “Ivanka raised $7 million for the Trump campaign with just two fundraising events–one hosted on Zoom and a fireside chat in Wyoming.”
Her Pennsylvania trip comes after her address on the final night of the Republican National Convention last week.
She defended the president’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. She also said, “America needs four more years of a warrior in the White House.”
Ivanka Trump also said her father has “strong convictions,” referring to his personality. Additionally, she stated that he “knows what he believes and he says what he thinks.”
“Whether you agree with him or not, you always know where he stands,” she said.